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Culture of Complicity Tied to Stricken Nuclear Plant
By NORIMITSU ONISHI and KEN BELSON
TOKYO — In Japan the possibility is increasingly being raised that a culture of complicity among power companies, utilities, regulators and politicians made the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant especially vulnerable to the natural disaster that struck the country on March 11.
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British Law Used to Shush Scandal Has Become One
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LONDON — Once a super injunction is served on a case, news outlets may not write about it.
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Johnson & Johnson agreed to buy Synthes, the medical equipment maker, for $21.3 billion in cash and shares, one of the biggest deals ever in the healthcare sector.
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Qaddafi Daughter’s Glimpse Inside Bunker
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
TRIPOLI, Libya — In a rare interview, Aisha el-Qaddafi dismissed all talk of her family giving up power but provided insight into the fatalistic mindset of her increasingly isolated family.
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Detainees’ Lawyers Can’t Click on Leaked Files
By SCOTT SHANE
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department said that leaked documents about the lawyers’ clients were still classified.
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Much Ado Over Royal Wedding in France
By MATTHEW SALTMARSH
PARIS — For a country proud of its republican streak, France is making quite a fuss over the upcoming marriage of Prince William to Kate Middleton.
Afghan Officials Try to Limit Damage From Prison Break
By ALISSA J. RUBIN
KABUL, Afghanistan — The most immediate fallout was a mounting sense among Afghans that government corruption and incompetence were as much to blame as the Taliban.
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French and Italian Leaders Seek Tighter Controls on Migration
By RACHEL DONADIO and ALAN COWELL
ROME — Facing a surge in migrants from North Africa, the leaders of France and Italy have appealed for changes in a European Union migration pact.
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NATO Says It Is Stepping Up Attacks on Libya Targets
By THOM SHANKER and DAVID E. SANGER
WASHINGTON — Officials said the goal was not to kill the Libyan leader, but to raise the price of his efforts to stay in power.
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Kansas Trial Will Recall Genocide in Rwanda
By JOE STUMPE
WICHITA, Kan. — A defendant in his 80s is accused of lying on his citizenship application about participating in the mass killings in the 1990s.
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Haitians Forced Out of Tents to Homes Just as Precarious
By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD
PORT-AU-PRINCE — More than half of the Haitians driven into camps by the 2010 earthquake have moved out, but most of them appear to have been forced out or to have left to escape crime and living conditions.
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A State Manager Takes Over and Cuts What a City Can’t
By MONICA DAVEY
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — City leaders find themselves powerless as a small cadre of “emergency managers” have been dispatched by the state to put out financial blazes in Michigan’s most troubled cities.
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Technology Advances; Humans Supersize
By PATRICIA COHEN
A Nobel-winning economist and his colleagues track the startlingly fast changes in human height and longevity since 1700.
Friendster to Erase Early Posts and Old Photos
By JENNA WORTHAM
The site has turned into a ghost town, but the move drew nostalgic and wistful memories from former members.
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Should a new ethnic museum be created by the Smithsonian Institution?
Arsène Wenger will not quit, so the team owner has to back him or sack him.
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